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Re: Smith Coffee Daniel II , Clairbourne Co., Ms
Posted by: John Clarke (ID *****1415) Date: June 27, 2003 at 04:51:56
In Reply to: Smith Coffee Daniel II , Clairbourne Co., Ms by Betty Marvin of 587

Smith Coffee DANIEL (1794-1836) was the son of Charles DANIEL (1773-1803) and Elizabeth COFFEE (1775-1832) of Greene County, GA and he was a grandson of Thomas DANIEL, Jr. and Elizabeth BURNEY, also of Greene County, NC and formerly of Pitt County, NC. Thomas was a son of Thomas DANIEL, Sr. and Elizabeth LANIER of Tyrrell County, NC. He is not related to Governor Robert DANIELL (1646-1718) of Charleston, SC.

He was the brother of Dr, William Coffee DANIEL (1793-1868)who married Martha SCREVEN (1801-1834)and Dr. Bill lived in Olgethorpe Plantation, Burke County, GA.

Elizabeth COFFEE was the d/o Peter COFFEE, Jr. and Sarah SMITH of Hancock County, GA and formerly of Prince Edward County, VA. Elizabeth Coffee DANIEL also died in Claiborne County, MS but her husband, Charles DANIEL, died in Greene County, GA.

I would like to see some more information on their descendants becasue this is one of the DANIEL families I look very closely at as relates to my Robert C. DANIEL (ABT 1765-AFT 1830) family of Burke County, GA, because there are lots of later attachments to many of the same families this DANIEL family is related to, especially in Morgan County, GA which is adjacent to Greene County, GA.

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